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Phil is the Administrator, and Head Of Training for Caledonian Advanced Pilot Training, the sponsors of this site.
Why This Site?
Enrico (aka Savoia) has long wanted to start his own forum, due to his passion for aviation, but there is a big difference between cobbling together the odd post and being responsible for something like this. Meanwhile, an old acquaintance, Phil Croucher, was needing a way for his students and instructors to interact from the remote places they often found themselves in. The logo uses a roundel that is a composite of the Royal Air Force and Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force) roundels, symbolising the cooperation between them. A similar device was employed by the Anglo-German-Italian consortium, Panavia Aircraft. The blue and green in the text again represents the British-Italian cooperation, and the light blue text of the motto and the feathered wing represents the sky.
Caledonian Advanced Pilot Training
2a Courtwick Rd
BN17 7NE UK
+44 (0)1903 730164
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Phil Croucher holds EASA, UK, UAE and Canadian licences for aeroplanes and helicopters and around 8700 hours on 37 types, with a considerable operational background, and training experience from the computer industry, in which he is equally well qualified. He has at various times been a Chief Pilot, Ops Manager, Training Captain and Type Rating Examiner for several companies. He is currently the Head Of Training for Caledonian Advanced Pilot Training.
Phil is also a technical author, responsible for many operations manuals around the world, and publishes his own books here.